Our Lady of Mercy School - Lore Yearbook (Detroit, MI)

 - Class of 1961

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Mercians Manifest Linguistic Skills Although a supposedly "dead,' language, clas- sical students prove Latin to be very much alive. Having mastered declensions and con- jugations, pupils translate passages from Caesar and Cicero to cultivate logical thinking. French scholars put emphasis on learning grammar, pronunciation, and vocabulary as the basis for future study of this language. The complexities of the Gallic Wars are straightened out for Janet Lingle by Sister Mary Karl. While celebrating Cicero's 2067th birthday, Mrs. McGraw and the advanced Latin class enjoy a "Roman feast. Q! Sister Mary Georgetta, French I and II instructor, and Diane Lepage admire Judy Burkhardt's scroll of French Christmas SCSUES. 13 Mrs. Abel's Latin class responds enthusiastically to questions on their homework assignment.

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l The World of Speech Has Many Voices Through many hours of study in the class- room and practice after school, aspiring drama- tists attain the poise required to appear before an audience to present a play, speech, or read- ing. All students have gained a certain amount of this skill with the introduction of a speech course into the curriculum. Endeavoring to put speakers at ease, Mrs. Veronica Francis assures each that "speech is only enlarged conversa- tion." Speech students find in Mrs. Veronica Francis a perfect example of an instructor who practices what she teaches. Not for home economics, but for a unique demonstration speech, Anne McAuliffe deftly prepares a teenager's favorite snack, pizza. Sister Mary Laurentina's second year thespians prepare for the casting of the senior play, "Song of Bemadettef' by reading through the script.



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Through Study of the Past Acquaintance with a problem is the first step towards solving it. From the ancient cultures of Greece and Rome, through the rise and fall of autocracy, through the annals of America, his- tory students learn of man's success and failure. Having studied the heritage of our country, government students analyze contemporary problems of society for present awareness and future action. Miss Wagner shows Cheryl Bradley the history units she has compiled. The importance of keeping posted on current events is stressed by Mrs. Froslie to Maureen Long, Judy Hay, and Gloria Newman as she shows them some popular news magazines. 14

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